Title questionable - in the original will be Friday's Child.I if you type it into a search engine, it immediately reminded about the lovely English song ...)) But apparently, the publisher did not wish to go into any allusions ...The young and dissolute Lord Sheringham - just for friends Sherry - is in a rage.Luckily , there is a loophole in the will - when Sherry married, it can not wait for the designated age.

Due to the conditions of the will of his father, he does not have access to his condition, which are under the trust management of the mother and her slippery relatives who like Sherry do know hard it is stolen and the appointed age father certainly there will be nothing left ...To this end, Sherry has made ​​an offer of his old friend, Isabella, but haughty socialite beauty turned him down.Of course, no one did not believe it, and Sherry himself first.Longtime friends on childish games and pranks for a while comforting each other until it hit Sherry - here it is, the very first counter!

Of course, no one did not believe it, and Sherry himself first.Longtime friends on childish games and pranks for a while comforting each other until it hit Sherry - here it is, the very first counter!It has been decided - they are married immediately!Here are Sherry did not realize that the girl, who grew up in the village, would be totally unprepared for life in a secular society, with its dangerous currents and reefs.

It has been decided - they are married immediately!Here are Sherry did not realize that the girl, who grew up in the village, would be totally unprepared for life in a secular society, with its dangerous currents and reefs.although addictive ...)) In some ways, this novel is a variation of my favorite "cotillion" (aka "Marriage Kitty") ...Although the pair start with what Kitty and Freddie finished - with the marriage))) Here, too, the secular dandy is forced to teach young secular provincial subtleties of life and try to avoid all sorts of errors, accidents and disasters!.There's even a cousin, an idiot, which is as much as watch over his friend and cousin-priest.Arguing biased, I still believe that the "Cotillion" came out much more honed, already completely elaborated, with the ruthless removal of all unnecessary and excessive.

Here, too, there is an aristocratic villain and the demi-monde, which everyone knows, but does not say, God forbid, it's such a bad taste.Freddie has a lovely family, but at the Sherry - a lot of wonderful friends ...But Friday's Child was very nice, so warm and sincere. )) And all sorts of fights, chases, shootouts, though confusion and look frankly theatrical, yet fun ...)))

An Education 3 out of 5 stars